Analysis Operations Manager Meredith exits Man Utd after three years

ANALYSIS Operations manager Andrew Meredith has left Manchester United after three years.

The Australian, who previously coached the Germany men’s hockey team to two Olympic golds, joined United in the new role in September 2019. His responsibilities were strategic and did not involve matchday duties, while the long-serving Paul Brand focused on analysis for the first team.

Meredith was assistant coach of the German men’s hockey team from 2004 to 2012, during which time they won two Olympic golds, in 2008 and 2012.

In 2012, he become Head Coach and Director of Performance for the Ireland men’s hockey team, before moving into football analysis in his native Australia as Technical Analyst for the Socceroos.

From 2013 to 2019 he was Director of Performance Analysis for German Bundesliga team St Pauli, working on match analysis and scouting, research and new technology.

Brand, who is United’s Head of First Team Analysis, has been at Old Trafford since 2013. Kevin Keij came in with manager Erik ten Hag in the summer as first-team performance analyst, while Luke Lazenby, Tom Green and Rob Page are the other analysts on the staff.

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